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Dancing With The Stars – Season 9, Episode 3 – Week 1, Results

Updated on September 23, 2009

Men’s Performance Recap

Women’s Performance Recap

They started off the night, as usual, with a repeat performance. The judges selected Kelly Osbourne and Louis Van Amstel for a repeat performance of their Viennese Waltz. I have to admit, it made me tear up again! I really do think it was because of the pure joy on Kelly’s face during most of the performance.

First 2 Safe Men Announced

Louie Vito & Chelsie Hightower

Aaron Carter & Karina Smirnoff


They are doing this again this season. This week the voting was to determine the type of dance, Paso Doble was selected. The next item to vote on is the song.

Musical Performance

Sean Kingston performed tonight. He brought his own dancers with him, which usually annoys me, but they were not that bad, very basic Hip-Hop, but not bad.

Next up was a montage of interviews with, and clips of, those stars who have been eliminated in the first round on previous seasons. They were referring to themselves, or the two that spoke were (Kenny Mayne and Jeffrey Ross), as the “Losers Club.”

Next 3 Safe Men Announced

Mark Dacascos & Lacey Schwimmer

Chuck Liddell & Anna Trebunskaya

Donny Osmond & Kym Johnson


Tom DeLay & Cheryl Burke were announced as safe.

Ashley Hamilton & Edyta Sliwinska were eliminated.

Michael Irvin & Anna Demidova are therefore safe.

World Premiere Video

Next up was the World Premiere of Miley Cyrus’ next video. I had to fast forward, thank goodness for TiVo, I am just not into the Miley craze!

First 2 Safe Women Announced

Natalie Coughlin & Alec Mazo

Mya & Dmitry Chaplin

Following that there was some sort of segment with Adam Carolla giving the men a pep talk, it started off silly and I missed the rest thanks to TiVo!

Macy’s Stars of Dance

Tonight it was 41 performers from the cast of “The Lion King.” They performed “The Circle of Life.” It was so awesome, it gave me the same chills I got when I saw it live in the theatre. I just wish they had turned up the singer’s mic at the beginning because the applause and cheering drowned her out.

Next 3 Safe Women Announced

Melissa Joan Hart & Mark Ballas

Joanna Krupa & Derek Hough

Debi Mazar & Maksim Chmerkovskiy (I was so glad to see them announced as safe, she looked so worried!)

Tribute to Patrick Swayze

This made me cry so hard, I was a huge fan and love all he did for the dance world. They did a 3-song medley. The first song was “She’s Like the Wind” from “Dirty Dancing” (Chelsie and Dmitry were the dancers), my only complaint about the whole thing comes here—I REALLY wish they had used a recording of him actually singing the song instead of using a member of the band. Next was “Unchained Melody” from “Ghost” (Jonathan and Anna T. were the dancers), the dance was a bit cheesy. The final song was “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” (Tony Dovolani and Cheryl Burke were the main dancers, with the previous 4 dancers and Anna Demidova and Louis Van Amstel added in for the group bit), this was essentially a truncated version of the actual dance performed by Patrick Swayze & Jennifer Grey at the end of the movie.


Kelly Osbourne & Louis Van Amstel were announced as safe.

Macy Gray & Jonathan Roberts were eliminated.

Kathy Ireland & Tony Dovolani are therefore safe.


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